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Washington 1806 Sterling American Bison Trophy Buckle

The American Bison stands as the largest animal of North America. Wear this sterling silver scalloped shape buckle to honor this magnificent creature and the grasslands on which it thrived.

Around the central Bison figure are four 14 Karat green gold florets, or small flowers. A ruby sits at the center of each floret.

At a workbench in our shop, we make each individual mark with a hand engraving tool to create our signature wheatgrass pattern finish. The velvety matte texture of this particular finish evokes the grasses on which the Bison, commonly known as the Buffalo, roamed.

Our Washington style buckle takes it's name from one of the counties of Texas. Washington county, in the south central part of the state, was the site of the signing of the Texas Declaration of Independence in 1836. The area's green grasses are nourished by the Brazos river and Gulf coast rains. You'll find more horses in Washington county these days than the indomitable Bison. But we honor its memory with this design.

Pair the American Plains Bison trophy buckle with our straight 1 1/2" Pebble Bison Belt and jeans for a distinguished but casual look.

  • Sterling Silver & 14 Karat Gold
  • Ruby gemstones
  • Size: 2.8" x 2.1" Scallop Trophy Buckle
  • Requires 1 1/2" belt width
  • Hand engraved wheatgrass finish
  • Made by Hand in Texas
Made and engraved by hand in TexasMade and engraved by hand in Texas
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Presentation box includedPresentation box included

They don't make 'em like they used to, but we still do.

- Clint Orms

How it's made:
a Wheatgrass Engraved finish

Wheatgrass finish bestows a velvety matte texture. It is an intricate pattern resembling the delicate awn and seed head of wheat grass. Crafted with meticulous precision, each stroke of the artisan's tool brings the enchanting rhythm of wheat. Learn more »


"What we create embodies a carefully preserved Western heritage, a personal touch, and exceptional workmanship. We do this for the pleasure and enjoyment of our customers and the generations that will one day succeed them. We keep Western culture alive by sharing its unique styles, sentimental traditions and old-time values in a tangible, sophisticated and tasteful way." Since 1992. Read more >

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